The magical movement of the sea when it approaches the shore while sliding your board in the water causes unique sensations to anyone who practices surfing. Knowing their behavior and the types of waves that exist is essential to improve your technique, choose where place in Cadiz province you want to practice and do it in a fun and safe way.
If you follow our blog and the different entries that we have published about Kitesurf in the Province of Cádiz and Tarifa, you will have noticed the special importance that we give to the subject of security when practicing this sport. In this post we will review some basic rules to practice kitesurfing safely.
One of the main attractions of the province of Cádiz is the wide range of activities and sports you can practice in its incredible beaches and natural spaces. One of the most consolidated ones is surfing!
Kitesurf is an increasingly popular sport but, like skiing, you must be aware that its practise also entails risks. In this blog, we will give you a list of tips to take into account to start with kitesurf if you visit the province of Cadiz.
In our blog we will try to explain different aspects that you need to know to practise Kite in our province. And, in this blog, we will talk about how to select the perfect wetsuit.
If you want to practise kitesurf, one of the first decisions you have to make is to choose the type of kite that you are going to use. Several factors that will influence this decision: the weather, the place where you will practise kitesurf, or your level of experience.
In this blog, we want to explain how to jump in kitesurf. Although before we want to advise you that, if you have not had any previous experience in this sport or you have a very basic level, you should go to some practical classes at the fabulous kite schools in the province. These are mostly concentrated in Tarifa and its surroundings.
Cadiz province becomes one of the best point of Spain to practice Kitesurfing. Its location is strategic for the practice of this sport as it becomes a point of confluence of wind (east and west wind) and air currents.
A weekend in Tarifa can go a long way. A ride on paddle surf on the Hara river or a kitesurf course at Los Lances beach. A nice dinner near the sea port or a trip to the open sea where you will see various types of dolphins and whales near the Moroccan coast.